Pittsburg dispatch. (Pittsburg [Pa.]) 1880-1923, October 06, 1889, SECOND PART, Page 11, Image 11

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HEAVEN'S OPEN DOOK.
The Only Way to Loving Intimacy
'.. With the Omnipresent Spirit.
PHILIP'S BEQUEST OP CHRIST.
ATagne Longing for a Clearer Knowledge
of the Father.
HE THAT KaTH SEEN ME HATH SEEN HIM
rWBTTTEW FOR THX DISPATCH.
Most people know who their neighbors
are I mean in the Christian sense of that
word. We know pretty well that everybody
to whom we can be helpful is onr neighbor.
And as for loving onr neighbor,
we know well enough what God wants of
us. It is trne that we do not always love
onr neighbor as ourselves. But the defect
is on the side of doing, not on ihe side of
knowing.
Bat if we are to win eternal life, it is es
sential, as I began to say last Sunday, that
we love God. And I ata sure that this con
dition of eternal life the love of God pre
sents itsell to many as being something mys
terious, intangible and exceedingly difficult
of performance.
We have all to confess that we fail in love
to God. Prayer to take a text which is
the act or communion with God, an entrance
into God's presence, and which, if we
devotedly lovea God, would be as delightful
as a visit to onr dearest friend is very often
irksome to a good many of us. There is no
use denying it. We pray conventionally.
It is a duty which we do not like to omit.
We have "an uncomfortable feeling if the
day begins or ends without it at least
some people have; but sometimes prayer
seems pretty long, and we get tired, and
when it is done we draw a long breath, and
are secretly glad that that is over. This
would be impossible it we loved God.
Then, when doubts intrude upon us as to
the justice, the care, the love ol God, some
how we let the doubts into our minds, and
they give us a good deal of anxiety and
trouble at once. But if a suspicion is
raised in any company about a iriend whom
you enthusiastically love, you put that
suspicion away at once. You do not credit
it for a single instant. Even a hall-dozen
straight facts cannot stir you. Ton know
that there is a perfectly satisfactory ex
planation behind those facts. Because you
love yonr friend. But sometimes when
intellectual difficulties are set before us,
and still more when sorrow comes into
our neighborhood and touches us, and
tests
THE BEALITY. OF OTJE TAITH
in God, somehow we fail, sometimes. We
do not stand ont in the face of all doubts,
like Abraham "the iriend of God." We do
not cry with Job, "Though He slay me, yet
will 1 trust in Him." We fall a long way
short of that. Because onr love for God is
not strong.
But how can man love God? How can the
finite love the infinite? How can we who are
shut about by our small world of the senses,
who are so swayed by what we hear and see,
love the inaudible, the invisible, the omni
present Spirit? It is like loving the univer
sal sky. Sometimes it seems as if God were
too intangible, too nnknown and mysterious,
too spiritual for us to love Him.
I make no doubt but that the Apostle
Philip had this difficulty in his thought of
(jod ween be made that singular request ot
Christ: "Lord, show us the Father, and it
sufficeth us!" It is hard to think what sort
of answer he could have imagined wonld fol
low his question. Would the sky open and the
light of neaven glow about that little com
pany, and God be seen, scepter in hand, sit
ting on a great white throne, upon a floor of
polished sapphire do not believe that
Philip expected that, or that he definitely
expected anything. There was in his heart
a vagueness, a longing, a something which
needed supplying. He wanted a clear idea
about Cod, that he might the "better believe
in Him, and the more devoutly love Him.
He stood before the mystery of God just as
a good many of us stand, desiring to know
something plainly.
And you remember how Christ answered
him. '"'He that hath seen He, hath seen the
Father."
Because Christ came into the world not
only to set ns an example how to live, and
not'only by the sacrifice of His death to save
us from our sins, and not only to bring us a
revelation from God the Father, but to be
Himself a revelation of God the Father,
we who see and know Him, have seen and
known Almighty God. We who love Christ,
love God. There is a good deal of difference
between bringing a revelation and being a
revelation. It is the difference between
Christ and all others whom men have called
master.
THIS IS THE SECEET,
then, of loving God. To love Christ that
is to love God. This is not the whole secret.
The men of the old time to whose words we
jo, a I said, when we want to put religious
thought into its right expression, they
loved God deyoutiy. And they knew not
Christ. And in 100 lands toay, where
Christ is yet un preached, and so men have
no chance of knowing and loving God in
Him, in 100 lands where men and women
are yet in the Old Testament part of their
religion, and the light which we know had
not dawned yet, still God is known and
loved. The world is a revelation of God.
And people who see the sun, and lo- k up at
night into the bonndless space where the
stars shine, and hear the rush of storms and
the songs of birds, and listen to the voice of
their own hearts, recognize God. God has
not leit himself without witness anywhere.
Bnt Christ is the revelation of revelations.
If it seems to anybody a hard thing to
.really love God, this is what it is best to do:
fake the story of the blessed life and read it,
chapter by chapter, day by day, slowly,
trying to realize Christ. Put yourself by
His bide, and look and listen as He goes
about along the roads of Palestine. His
unfailing unselfishness; His gladness, His
longing desire to help and contort people;
His kindly hand upon the arm of the leper,
and upon the head of the little child; His
unfailing patience with those blundering,
misapprehending, slow-minded disciples of
His; the flash of His strong indignation in the
sight ot hypocrisy and cant; His perfect
Eerenity in the faceof discouragement and
disappointment; His tenderness toward
neglected and despised people, and those
for whom the influential had the hatred of
prejudice; His quick appreciation of the
t good in every man; His love lor sinners, and
His unceasing efforts to help them out 01' sin;
His unflinching courage of both kinds,
physical and moral; finally, his willing
sacrifice of His life", for love of men, upon
the shameful cross study that Hie, think
what it means, and remember, as you turn
the pages, that this is but the merest
glimpse ol heaven. Multiply this by
infinity, and you are beginning to get a
dim idea ot
WHAT GOD KEALLY IS.
The consciousness of that in another
which is wholly of love, is a step toward
lov. We need have no indefiniteness
about this here, for behold Him. whom we
may see plainly, and whom having known
and loved we are knowing and loving God.
The conscionsness of being loved is an
other step toward love. And "God so loved
the world that He gave His only begotten
son," and the son ot God so love"d us that,
out' of love for us, He endured death.
While we were yt enemies Christ died for
n even the death of the cross. And then
after the recognition of what is worth loving,
and the consciousness of being loved
then, gradually growing and no more to be
explained than any other kind of growing,
comes into onr hearts the love of God. And
we love God.
And then, we learn why it is that there is
this connection between loving God and
having eternal' life. Because love is set
down here not as a command, but as a con
dition. Love can never be commanded. It
can never be set amorig the duties. It can
sat be learned from eatechiams, or made to
order by doctors of divinity. The words
look like a command: "Thou shalt love the
Lord thv God." But that is only the grara-mar-and-dictionary
part of the sentence.
The command is a condition. It? is like
this: God wants us to inherit eternal life,
every one of us. But the inheritance can
become ours only under certain conditions.
I want you to go to Philadelphia, and I tell
yon the way. That direction is not a com
mand. It is a condition. It lets you know
how. I want you to be able to enjoy good
books, to converse with the masterspirits
ot the world, and.so to get yonr share of
what is best in life I say you must accus
tom yourself to thinking, you must learn
attention, you must get ' information, you
must cultivate the sense of appreciation,
and you must live simply and purely in
order that you may see clearly out ol yonr
eyes. This, again, is not a command
though it sounds like it it is a condition.
By and by you will take a book of Plato
into your room, and just in proportion as
you nave luinned tbe conditions, you win
get help, and inspiration, and enjoyment
ont of it. '
ETERNAL LIFE
is not a state of things which begins after
this transitory life is done. It lies all about
us lite an atmosphere, it surrounds us like
the sunlight. It is simply the highest kind
of living, the truest way of seeing things,
the nearest approach to God. It is an ap
preciation of heavenly realities. He who is
living that life, heaven will not make so
very much difference with him. And
to love God and to love our neighbor are
the two eyes with which we look out into
this spiritual world. Some areblind,looking
out ol neither eye. And you might as well
discourse with a blind man about the deli
cate blue which vails the distant mountains
as to talk with some folk about the beauties
of the life of divine love.. And none ot us
have our eyes altogether wide open, and see
with perfect sight. But you understand
how love is a condition. This is one of those
facts which are true not because they have
ever been set forth as laws, or ratified in
any celestial parliament, but because they
are true essentially, inevitably and in the
nature of things trne. He who had gone
about this world loving neither God much
nor his neighbor much, and should at
last by some stir ol his spiritual nature,
begin to love it would be with him as with
one who, out of long blindness, suddenly
looked forth and saw tbe beauties of the
earth and sky. He who loves God and his
neighbor has a revelation which no other
man is aware of, which interprets life, he
alone of all men sees. , -
And the entrance into this love is, as I
said, by Him who called Himself "the
door." Study that life. Grow to know
Christ. And then you will love Christ.
And to love Christ is to love God.
More and more that love grows with all
who lend themselves to the blessed influ
ences of that life. With the heart and soul;
with the strength, till it enters into every
humblest deed we do; with the mind, till it
colors every plainest thought we think, at
last with our whole being, God helping us,
we love Christ, and Him in Christ. And
we have learned the blessed secret of the
life eternal. Geobge Hodges.
FOUND IN A BOX.
Anotber Case or Child Deiertion Discovered
on the Sonthstde.
The partially decomposed body of an in
fant was discovered by two boys yesterday
morning at the foot of Nineteenth street,
Southside. It was entirely naked and had
been placed in a email wooden box. The
boys ren at once to Erney & Beck's livery
stables, Carson street, and the box was car
ried there by one of the employes. The
spot where the body was found is the dump
ing place for all the refuse in the neighbor
hood. The police were immediately noti
fied, bnt nothing has yet been discovered re
garding persons concerned in the desertion.
The police, however, think that the box in
which the body was lound will afford a
clew. The infant could not have been more
than a day old.
IN THE EXPOSITION.
The Old liellable
$mm
'OWDEH
GOLDEN" wedding.
Take one pound of granulated sugar, half
pound of butter, beat these to a light cream,
then add in four parts (beating light each
time) the well-beaten yolks of twelve eggs;
stir into this one cup sweet milk, one tea
spoonful extract vanilla, and one and onc
fouith pounds of flour, having mixed
through the dry flour one and a half meas
ures "Banner" Baking Powder. Bake one
honr in a slow oven.
For the Icing. Take two and a half cups
granulated sugar, half cup of water, boil
three minutes, when cool, add the whites of
three eggs, slightly beaten, and one tea
spoonful extract vanilla.
The "Banner Kecipe Book" is replete
with valuable household information for
baking tea biscuit, rolls, muffins and all
kinds of fancy cakes; instructions for roast
ing meats, fish and fowl; for preparing
French and-mayonnaise dressing and mak
ing all kinds of desserts. Every lady should
have one of the books. Order a pound can
with the "Banner" Recipe Book from your
grocer; if he cannot supply the book send
your address to Banner Baking Powder
Co., P. O. Box 245, Pittsburg, Pa,, and we
will mail it free, or call at the Banner Bak
ing Powder stand in Exposition Building
and get a copy.
Now is the season to keep
on hand a supply of
"SCOTJRENE" to do all
your house cleaning. There
is no known article for 6
cents that will so help
through house cleaning and
do it as well.
HOUSE
CLEANING
WITH
6COUBENE
Cabinet photos, 51 per doz. Lies' Pop
ular Gallery, 10 and 12 Sixth st. ttsu
AUCTION BALES.
BY HENRY AUCTION CO., LlXf.
AT AUCTION TUESDAY MORNING.
October 8. at 10 sharp Parlor suits in
silk and crushed plnsbes. silk and satin broc
atclle and tapestry, rep and haircloth conches,
easy chairs, lonnges, fancy rockers, 3-cornered
bookcase, secretary and cabinet bookcases
and desks, fine hall racks, curtains, rugs, drag
gets, pictures, linoleum, Brussels and ingrain
carpets, bedding, hair and bask mattresses,
mirrors, cabinets, oak, walnut and cherry cham
ber suits, dressers, wardrobes, washstands, bed
steads, chairs and rockers, tables, sideboards,
glassware, dishes, toilet ware, stoves, wringers,
clocks, pictures, tinware, matting, lamps, etc;
also consignments of ladies' and children's gar
ments, notions, blacking, tea, etc. etc.; iiosl
tivcsaleto highest bidder. HENRY ADC
TION CO., Auctioneers, No. 311 Market St.
ocG-102
MUEHLBRONNER'8
VEGETABLE AND POULTRY STAND
supplies all the city hotels: bonsewives will
find it to their advantage to deal witb him.
Telephone H. 123 DIAMOND MARKET,
Pittsburg. Jyll-o4-sa
-TEW BUILDING AND LOAN ASBOCIA
i TION will organize
THURSDAY EVENING. OCT. la 1S89.
at tbe residence of P. D. Nagle. 659 Wylle
avenue.
Any one wishing stock can Subscribe for same
at this meeting.
ar order oz tne
ocS-lU PRESIDENT.
worn
fiMB&TH!iEs3?
THE
C3-Display advertisements one dollar per
square for one insertion. Classified advertise
ments on this page such as Wanted, For Sale,
To Let, eta, ten cents per line for each inser
tion, and none taken for less than fifty tents.
THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH
BRANCH OFFICES.
For the accommodation of the
public, Branch Offices have been
established at the following places,
where Want, For Sale, To Let, and
other transient ad vertisements will
be received up to 9 P. M. for inser
tion next morning:
Advertisements are lo be prepaid except where
advertisers already have accounts with TUB Dls-
l'JLTCH.
' rrrrsBUKG.
THOMAS MCCAFKHEY. SbJB Butler street
EMIL G. 8TUCKEY, Zlth street and Penn ave.
E. G. S5TUCKEY ACO., Wylle aye. and Fultonst.
2J. STUK.ELY. Sinn Avenue Market House.
east xxs.
J. "W. WALLACE, 6121 Penn avenne.
OAKLAND.
MCALLISTEK&SHEim.EH,5thav. JtAlwOOdlt.
EOtrrnsrox.
JACOBSPOHN. No. 2 Carson street.
H. A. DONALDSON, 1707 Carson street.
ALLEGHENY.
A. J. KAEECHEK to Federal street.
H. J. McHRLDF, Market llonte. Allegheny.
FKKD H. EGGEKS. 172 Ohio street.
F. H. EGGEKS 4 SON, Ohio and Chestnut st.
J. F. STEVENSON. Arch and Jackson streets.
THOMAS MCHENKY, Western and Inrin aves.
G. W. HUGHES, Pennsylvania and Braver aves.
PEUKYM. GLEIM. lleb'ecca and Allegheny ayes.
J11LLVALE BOKOUGH.
W. W. FLOCK.EB, Stationer. No. 1 Grant aye.
WANTED.
Male Hcln.
-TTT-ANTED-WOOr) TITRNEB. INQUIRE AT
IV S3 and 34 WATER ST. OC6-111
TjrrANTED-STONECUTTERS AND LABOR
VV EKS at Snillhfleld street bridge. J. FRI
DAY. ocS-112
WANTED-3 GOOD TIN KOOFEKS IMMEDI
ATELY. E. J. ALLON, 56 bblloh St.. Pitts
burg, s. s. ocC-103
WANTED A GOOD TINNER TO DO
roofing and Job work. DUFF X & CLARK,
518 Grant St. OC6-113
WANTKU-2 GOOD BUTCHERS IMMEDI
ATELY at No. eso Alain St., Braddock.
JOSEPH L. EBNEK. ocS-18
WAr.TED-2 FIRST-CLASS TINNERS. IN
QUIRE at FAUST & JACKSON'S, No. 57
Federal St., Allegheny. OC6-33
XtTA.H1 ED-YOUNG MAN TO MAKE READY
V And run small press, steam power. Ad
dress PKEbS, Dispatch oSce. or-6-30
WANTED-YOUNG MAN OF ONE OR TWO
years' experience In retail drag store. In
quire of W. S. BEACH, 676 Fifth ave. OcS-36
WANTED-A LIVE REAL ESTATE SOLICI
TOR: one well known in the East End. Ad
dress REAL fcsT ATE, Dispatch office. oc5-l
-TT7-ANTKD 3 FIRST-CLASS ENTERPRISING
V real estate salesmen: liberal commission.
ALLES & KAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
OC6-32
WANTED-10 NO. 1 UNION CARPENTERS.
Aprly Monday morning at new bulldlnrs
onSmallman, near Thlrly-slxth St. JOHN LINN.
ocS-132
WANTED-A LIVE REAL ESTATE SALES
MAN', well acquainted In Alleebeny. EW
ING BYERS, No. S3 Federal street, first floor.
ocS-2
WANTED-SALESMAN TO SELL GOODS Bi"
sample: good salary paid. Write to CEN
TENNIALMFG. CO., Cincinnati, 0.. or Chicago.
se3-7S-TTSSU
WANTED-1 FIRST-CLANS TINNER; GOOD
wages and steady work to right party. J.
L. FOKSATTH A CO., 1107 Main St., bharpsburg.
Pa. ocS-31
WANTED-20 STONE MASON8 AND STONE
cutters. Applvat COR. WESTERN AVE.
and FULTON ST..or PITTSBURG LOCOMOIIVE
OKKS. Allegheny. ocS-S)
WANTED COACHMAN, SINGLE MAN:
must come well recommended and mace
bimseir generally useful. Apply at 52 WASH
INGTON Sf., Allegheny. oc6-19
"TTTANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
y wife or lively correspondent, to address
with sump. TH! UNION CORRESPONDING
CLUB, Lock Box 741, Plttsburir, Pa. oc6-136
WANTED-GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE A
wife or a lively correspondent to send their
address and stamp to THE AMERICAN CORRE
SPONDING CLUB, Box 643, Clarksburg, W. Va.
018-45
-TTTANTED-A YOUNG MAN ABOUT WTO 18
V yeans old to help packing andshipplncand
make himself generally useful; references re
quired. Apply atH. HOL1ZMAN & SONS', 111
Market, ocft-115
WANTED-LOCAL TRAVELING SALES
JUAN In hardware and house furnishing
line to sell valuable kitchen ntersil on commis
sion: small model. BENNAGEMFG. CO., Phila
delphia, Pa. OC6-40
-VTTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED MAN TO
VV work on molding machine: none bnt cx-
fierlenced man wanted. Apply. Monday morn
ng. at MURPHY & DIEBOLD'S PLANING
MILL, East End. OC6-98
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN ABOUT 30
years or age to solicit orders from private
houses; one that conld fill the place we offer a
good salary and a permanent position. ROOM 3,
103 Fourth avenue, second floor. oc6-94-WEu
WANTED-AGENTS TO SELL OUR ELE
GANT albums on easy payments: these
albums are the finest In the city, and you can
make big money selling tbem. E. OATELY
CO., 15 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa. oc6-25-TTSU
-TTTANTED-FOlt THE UNITED STATES
V army, able-bodied, unmarried men, between
the ages of a and 35 years; good pay, rations,
clothlngand medical attendance) Apply at NO
915 PENN AVENUE, Pittsburg, Pa.
JJ-21-30-WSU
WANTED-BOSINESS MEN AT SMART'S
COLLEGE. No. 4 Sixth St.; expert book
keeping and balancing, arithmetic, pcnunnslilp,
shorthand and tvpewritlng taught thoroughly for
(i per month to ladies and gentlemen; open dally
9 A. JI. to 9 P. M. OC5-TTSSU
"TTTAN TED-EN EKGETIC AGENTS-50 PER
YY week clear made with our goods: f35 gold
watcb to each agent selling (200 worth or goods by
December 24. 1889, besides 100 per cent profit. Ad
dress with sttmp, CUNNINGHAM & TARR,
Manorvllle, Armstrong county. Pa. oc0-139
-TITANTED-RELIABLK EEPEESENTA1IVES
Y in Pittsburg as well as In every other city
and town in Western Pennsylvania; profitable
and permanent employment: parties having ex
perience In lile insurance preferred. Call or ad
dress EUGENE S. FLEISHER. Manager, office
with Geo. S. Martin & Co., No. 105 Fourth ave.
ocJ-2)
XHTANTED-GENERAL AND LOCAL AGENTS
YY to handle the new patent Chemical Ink
Erasing Pencil. Greatest novelty ever produced.
Erases Ink In two seconds, no abrasion of paper;
200 to 500 per cent profit. One agent's sales
amounted to SS20 In six das 8 anotber 32 In two
hours. Territory absolutely free. Salary to good
men. No ladles need answer. Sample So cts. For
terms and full particulars address THE MONROE
XRAbEIt CO., Manufacturers, La Crosse, Wis.
OC1-93-TUF6U
Female HclD.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES;
positively no others need to apply. Mon
day morning at 66 OHIO bT., Allegheny, Pa.
ocb-34
-rTTANTED-A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY
YY for our order department; position perma
nent to a suitable party. P. WARD, Boom 2,
1036 Penn are. oc6-29
WANTED-A LADY OF GOOD ADDRESS
for handling first-class trade. Apply Mon
day and Tuesday morning after 9. WILCOX &
GIBBS B. M. CO.. 4iM Sixth St., 2d floor. OC6-52
WANTED-LADY AGENTS FOR THE NEW
hygela corset: most satisfactory and best
money making article out. For terms, etc.. apply
to WESTERN CORSET CO., St. Louis. Mo.
seI4-6S-8Su
WANTED -WOMAN TO DO GENERAL
housework In small family: thirty minutes'
ride from city; good wages and permanent home
to right party. Call at 960 PEN N AM- at 4 o'clock
Monday. oc6-H0
WANTED-LADY-FORDS. HOWARD AND
HULBERTare about to issue fine art pub
lication, for which they desire a skllimi and re
llab'e lady canvasser at a good salary. Call at (or
address) 30 LAFAYETTE PLACE; New iofk
City. 0C6-35
WANTED-THOBOUGHLY EXPERIENCED
salesladies lu millinery, dress foods, fur
nishing goods and cloak departments; also, a
young man about 18 years old in ourmeu'sfur
nlshing goods department: none but thornuchlv
experienced salesladies need apply. DANZIGUB
i. MiOENBEKG. OC&-37
WANTED-TO EMPLOY A FEW LADIES,
on salary, to take charge of my bnslness at
meir nomes; tnureij uuvujcvMwuiuiciiijiHi; tcry
fascinating and healthful: no talking required;
permanent position: wages lv per week In aa
vanri!! cnad nav foi Dart time: my references In
clude some of the best well-known people of Lou
isville, uincinnaii, l jh&uuik im cisewnere. An
dres with stamp. MRS. MARION WALKER,
sel2-13-Th8U
Male and Female Help.
WANTED-LAD1ES AND GENTLEMEN TO
earn ?3 lo 5 a day: no canvassing: wort
furnished. Address, with stamp, ORYSTAL1ZED
FHirro CO., 112 West SUtu St., Cincinnati, O.
uuo-w
w
ANTED-AGENTS, MALE OB FEMALE,
f V in ail cuuuu; iu.udi . rm yuuivKiajm
aioums: laies. uesigns iur iu .laucjus.ieceivea;
big profits and quick returns to energetic agents;
write terms, etc. UNION PUBLISHING CO.,
1U3 loann ave,
be-J-ttU TTFSU
WANTED-CANVABSEKS AND GENERAL
agents everywhere to sell a ladles' patent
adlnitable shoes over one million pair sold in New
England; every IsMy purchases at light; large
profits, exclusive territory. Address, witb stamp,
TAYLOR ADJUSTABLE SHOJ3 STORE, No. 1j
Euclid aye., Cleveland, Ohio. ocJ-78-iifisa
PITTSBURG" DISPATCH, '"
WANTED.
Situations.
WANTED-S1TUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
D. E. bookkeeper with excellent relerences.
SHEPARD CO., 54 Fifth ave. QC5-37
WANTED -POSITION DOUBLE ENTRY
bookkeeper, 12 years' experience, open for
a situation. Address M. G., Dispatch office.
OC6-114
WANTED-A SITUATION AS FLORIST AND
gardener by a yonng man of experience.
Address F. M. T Sewlckley, Allegheny co.. Pa.
OC6-28
TTANTED-SlTUATION IN A WHOLESALE
vv nouse Dy a young man wnoisnoc airaiu u
work
; best of reference. Address K.c,bewicKiej,
Pa.
OC6-23
TTTANTED-SITOATION BY A FIRST-CLASS
vv garaener sua norui: single man; uu'
stands care of horses and cattle. Address G. W.
Dispatch office. o9-39
WANTED A SITUATION AS STATION
ARY engineer or as a machine planing mill
hand: I have had ten. years' experience, and can
give best or reference. Address H. H., Dispatch
office. ocl-100
-TTANTED-BYAN EXPERIENCED CHILD'S
YY nurse a situation to take charge of one or
two children: has bad several years' experience;
good reference. Apply 63 WINDSOR bT., Alle
gheny OC6-119
WANTED A RESPECTABLE WIDOW
lady desires a situation as housekeeper for
a widower; no objections to Infant or small chil
dren, or would take a motherless Infant or child
to board. Address HOUSEKEEPER, for two
necks. East End po.totSce, Pittsburg, Pa.
OC6-135-WSU
Partner.
-TITANTED-A paktn ER WITH ABOUT $5,000
YY to take one-half Interest in a soap manu
factory. Address SOAP, Dispatch office.
ocS-41
-TTTANTED-FARTY COMMANDING FEW
V thousand dollars to take Interest as partner
In manufacturing specialties: profits large: mar
ket unlimited; trade mostly with iobberB: inter
view confidential. Address JOBBERS, Dispatch
office. oc5-J4
Eooms. nouses. Etc.
WANTED FUJST-CLAS3 FURNISHED
room by two gents; willing to pay 20 per
month. Address D. & T Dispatch office. ocS-&
TITANTED-ROOM FOR SINGLE GENTLE
YV MAN on Arch street, near Stockton, or on
Stockton ave. address C H. W., Dispatch office.
oc6-42
WANTED-AT ONCE, THREE UNFUR
NISHED rooms, suitable for housekeeping.
Addrcse, stating terms, to H. C. W., Dispatch
office. oc6-S7
WANTED-BOOM-BY A SINGLE GENILE
MAN In Allegheny, within five minutes'
walk of Stockton and Federal streets: private
family preferred. Address stating terms, W. H.
F.. Dispatch office. QC6-I4
WANTED-A SUITE OF TWO CONNECT
ING rooms by two 6lngle gentlemen, one
to be nsed for bedroom and on-i for sitting room;
must be well furnished and in good location. Ad
dress COMFORT, Dispatch office. QC6-13
Boarders and Lodgers.
-TT7ANTED OCCUPANTS FOR LARGE,
YY pleasant front rooms furnished and with
board;Jocatlon very desirable. NO. 216 SHADiT
AVE., East End. oc8-15
WANTED-OCCUPANT3 FOR TWO LARGE
third-story rooms; both kinds of gas: suit
able for light housekeeping. Inquire at 62J FIFTH
AVENUE, city.
OC6-S3
Financial.
TTTANTED-TO LOAN MONEY AT M, 6 AND
VV 6 per cent free ot tax. W. C. STEWART:
T V 6 per cent
114 Fourth ave.
ja:o-2-SlT
TTT ANTED-MORTGAGES-MON EY TO LOAN
V In sums to suit at H, 5 and 6 per cent.
ALLES & BAILEY, 164 Fourth ave. Tel. 167.
apl9-14-TTSSU
WANTEDMORTGAGES-MONEYTOLOAN
on lmprovea city or Allegheny county prop
erty at 4K. 5 and 6 per cent, according to security
and amount J. &. COOPER & CO., 107 Fourth
ave. oc5-l
TU"ANTED-MORTGAG12j-1.000,000TOLOAN
YY inlargeand small amounts at 4H. 5and6
per cent, free of State tax: no delay. BEED B.
CO YLE A CO.. 131 Fourth ave. my21-00
WANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON MORT
GAGES on Improved real estate in sums of
15 1 and upward at 4j. 5 and 6 per cent. L. O.
tE VZIER, Forty-fifth and Butler sts.
oc5-S0-TUbSU
WANTED GOOD CITY MORTGAGES
Money for 4, 5 and 6 per cent, as to
amount, security, etc.: will furnish on short
notice and at small expense. C. H. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenue. OC6-.2
WA NTED MOKTG AGES-tL 000, OOOTO LOAN
on city and suburban properties at 4K, Sand
(percent, and on larms in Allegheny and adja
cent counties at 6 per cent. 1. M. PEN NOCK
SON, 103 fourth avenue.
ap7-f41
w-
ANTED-TO CORRESPOND WITH EAST
ERN Dtrtv of some means and large exper
ience In negotiating coal lands; no better prop-
erties have ever been offered.
Aaaresg i. u.
BOX 390. Kansas City. Mo,
0C6-84
w
ANTED-TO LOAN MONEY WE HAVE
over one million dollars to loan on city and
suburban nronertr at AH ner cent: no tax: we
will also loan money on improved farms In r Alle
gheny, Beaver Fayette. Washington and West
moreland countles;any marketable security taken
for loans of any amount. BLACK & BAlRD, 95
Fourth ave. Je3-a9-su
Mlscellaneoni.
WANTED-TO BUY OB HIBE 10 GOOD
horses and carts. Apply W. E. HOWLEY
i CO., Woods' Run. Allegheny. ocS-90
WANTED-LADIES TO KNOW THAT WE
can make suits In one and two days' tune,
at LOUVRE, 34 Sixth St., second floor. ocS-17 Z
WANTED-YOU TO GET A BAKER'S
dozen (13) of Stewart Co. 's fine cabinet
photos forL at 90 and 92 FEDEBAL bT., Alle
ghen v. myI3-49-TlSa
TIT ANTED-TO PURCHASE AN INTEREST
V In a small, reliable manufacturing establish
ment: can invest 5,000 to 10,000. ENGINEER,
Dispatch office. oc5-33
WANTED-TOPURCHASEASECOND-HAND
cat-under barouche suitable for one horse;
muste veil made and in good condition. Ad
dress M. C. WATTFRS, Box 15U, city. ocS-16
"W-
AN1ED-TO START A CLUB OF 42 MEM
BERS to secure a fine cold watch for each
one in meciUDatti uuperweex. Address l. u.
BOX 501, and I will call and show you tbe watch.
Jy3-40
WANTED-PERSONS TO KNOW THAT BY
acreelnsr to nav tl per week you can get
possession of fine gold or silver watches, clocks.
jewelry, diamonds, silver ware, etc J. M1TSCH,
130 Federal St., Allegheny, Pa.
se!2-MWFsu
WANTED-BY PEARSON, LEADING PHO
TOGRAPHER, 96 1 Htli avenue. Pittsburg,
and 43 Federal street, Allegheny, everybody to
know that he'ls making fine cabinets at 1 50 per
dozen; photos delivered when promised: instan
taneous process. mhl3-63
WANTED-CONTBACTOBSIN BRICKWORK
wanting bricklayers and journeymen brick
layers wanting work can have their wants regis
tered free ..f charge at the headquarters of the
INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL BENEFir ASSOCIA
TION, 93 Fourth are., first floor, front office.
Open until 9 F. JJ. Sat. se30-S-MWrsu
"TTT-ANTEDBARBEBS TO KNOW THAT THE
VV young and enterr rising husluess man. A.
Edlls. of the leading barbers' oupply house of A.
lidlis Co., has left tbe city for an extended trip
through Pa.. N. Y.. R. I.. Conn., Del.. Md. and
Mass. In search of novelties fo-the trade, and to
pay his annual visit to his large wholesale trade
throughout these states. The trade will not suffer
by his absence as he leaves a full force or compe
tent salesmen to look after tbe Interest and com
fort of his customers, who will always find a full
line of the finest barber furniture and supplies In
stock, at their mammoth establishment, at 502,
604. 506, 508, 610 LIBERTY ST., Pittsburg, Pa.
oc6-88
FOB, bALE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.
City Residence!.
FOB SALE CHKAP-MARION BT. BRICK,
having 6 rooms, ball, marble mantels, nat.
and art. gas: lot 24x104. J. B. COOPER & CO.,
107 Fourth avenue. oc5-l
FOR SALE WYL1E AVENUE BRICK HOUSE,
7 rooms, hall, marble mantel, city water,
ete.: a good Investment. J.-B. COOPER, & CO.,
11? Fourth avenue. oc5-l
FOR SALE - CONGRESS STREET GOOD
two-story brick, 7 rooms, hall, vestibule,
both gases: house In first-class repair: low price
to quick buyer. J. B. COOPER A CO., 107 Fourth
avenue. oc5-l
FOR SALE-BLUFF ST., NEAK COLLEGE,
new brick house, 8 rooms, hall, bathroom,
finished basement; all late improvements; lot 23
ft. 9 In. by 133 ft. ; terms to suit. ROBT. COW
ARD, No. 20 Blntt St. acI-87-nffSn
FOB SALE-CHATHAM ST.. 2-STOBY BRICK
dwelling. Brooms: also on rear of lot front
ing on State alley, 2 2-story frame dwelling?, all
renting at per year: price 4,600; lot 20x96. J.
C. KKILLY. 77 Diamond St. ocG-123
FOR SALE-OB WILL TBADE FOR A HOME
In East Liberty, a very desirable 2-story and
mansard brick dwelling, 9 rooms, with all modern
Improvements, Penn ave.. near Thirty-third St.
i. C. REILLY, 77 Diamond St. oc6-123
FOR SALE-52,500. HATFIELD STREET,
Seventeenth Ward, brick dwelling & rooms,
attic, ball, cellar, slate roof, side entrance: lot
20x75 feet to a paved 20-foot alley: easy payments.
L. o. FRAZ1ER, Forty-flflh and Butler sts.
OC5-30-TUS8U
FOB SALE-CLAKK ST., NEAK REED, ONE
of the finest dwellings on the Hill, contain
ing 10 rooms, with all conveniences, marble min
tels. fine chandeliers, etc.; houseperfect In every
detail ; lot 20x120 to street. J. C. BE1LL Y, 77 Dia
mond st. OC6-123
FOBSALE-BK1CK HOUSE, 7 BOOMS, NA
TURAL gas and water, front and back
porches; bouse onlv built about two years: now
vacant; can give possession at once; price (3.51A;
small cash payment and long time. C. H. LO VE,
93 Fourth avenue. oc6-22
FOBSALE-'LOOUSTST., BETWEEN MAGEE
'and Chestnut streets, fine new brick dwelling
on rooms, bathroom, marble mantels, cementrd
cellar, both gases, Inside shutters, sewered; bouse
iust finished; possession at onec: 3,600: cash
1.000: balance to sulU ALLES i, RA1LEY, 161
I'ourthave. Tel. 167. 0c5-27-ltWThSSU
Enst End Residences.
FOB BALE-30,000NEW AND SUBSTAN
TIAL brick residence, containing 12 large
rooms aad all conveniences; lot lUJt4ooft: tnlsls
one of the finest located and cheapest pieces of
property In Bbadyilde. W. C. STEWART, 111
Fourth ave. aD35-ll-fiu
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6,'
FOR SAI.E IMPROVED HEAL ESTATE
East End RcsiaeDces.
FOR SALE-FBAME HOUSE, 2 BOOMS-tOT
20x59 ft.. Laurel ave,, 300. D. BEHEN &
BON, 1112 Penn ave. oc6-10
FOB 8ALE-a.50C-SUaSTANTIAL BBICK
dwelling containing 8 rooms and all conven
iences, well focatedla bhadyslde. W. C. STEW
ABT, ill Fourth ave. sel-13-Bn
TTIOB SALE-2.700-MUBTLAND AVE.. DAL
l. LAS sta., neat brick house of 7 rooms, hall,
front and reamorches; 10125x85. J.K. COOl'EB
& CO.. 107 Fourth aye. ocS-1
T-WR BALK-LOT 40x183 FT., CEDAR ST.,
ISpmth frame bouse, 4 rooms, finished attic,
kitchen and good cellar, (3,500. D. BEHEN i
SON, 4112 Penn ave. oc6-l0
FOB SALE-MAYrLOWER ST., E. E.; 2.500.
neat frame house. 5 rooms, closets, nicely
papered and painted; electric bells, sewerage,
etc.; lot 22x100. J. B. COOPER & CO.. 107 Fonrth
ave. oc5-l
FOR SALE-NEW. ON AUBUBN ST.. NEAR
Larimer avenne. East End. only about 5
minutes' walk from East Liberty station, P. E. B.,
or from either cable line. C. H. LOVE, S3 ourtb.
avenue. oc6-22
FOR SALE-9,000-NEW QUEEN ANNE
brick dwelling, containing 10 rooms and all
coveulences: lot 47x143; the best property for the
money in Shadyslde. W. C. BTEWABT, 114
Fourth ave. au25-ll-su
FOR SALE 16.500-ELEGANT BBICK RESI
DENCE, containing 12 rooms and all Im
provements; lot 87x200 ft. desirably located on
one ot the finest paved avenues of East End. W.
C. STEWART. Ill Fourth ave. au2S-ll-sn
"ClOR SALE-3,10O-MEADOW ST.. NEW
X? framebouu of7 rooms, reception hall, china
closet, two finished attic rooms, both gases.
Porches, good cellar, etc.; lot 24x100 to alley. J.
B, COOPEB & CO., 107 Fourth aye. oc5-l
FOR SALE-AN ELEGANT 7-ROOM FRAME
house, well situated, near cable line and
steam cars. East Liberty station; lot 431110; shade
and fruit trees: only 4.000. See KELLY &
ROGERS, No. 6315 Station street. East End.
OC6-46
FOR SALE-K.70O, LIBERTY AVENUE. CON
VENIENT to cable line, new modern frame
dwelling 5 rooms, attic, nalL vestibule, inside
shutters, side entrance, slate mantel: lot 20x100
feet to alley; rery easy terms. L. O. FRAZIEK,
Forty-firth and Butler sts. oc5-30-TuS8u
FOR SALE-A FINELY FURNISHED 7-BOOM
frame bouse, new; 1. w. c, bath, slate man
tels, tile hearths, back and front porches, gas,
etc. ; lot 27x100. with shade trees; near East Llb
ertrstatlon: will be sold low. See KELLY A
BOUER3, No. 6315 Station street, East End.
0C6-46
F1
OR SALE-HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS ON EDWIN
street. East End; natural ?sl water, etc. In
the house: convenient to P. B. R. and both cable
lines; a very desirable little home and at a moder
ate nrlce: the only reason for selling Is the owner
needs a larger house, a H. LOVE, 93 Fourth
avenue. OC6-22
FOR bALE-2,700-GROSS STREET, TWEN
TIETH ward, 3 minutes' walk to station:
new modern frame dwelling, 5 rooms, finished
attic, hall. Inside shutters, etc., grained and
nicely finished; lot 21xM) feet; 300 cash, balance
long time and easy payments. L. O. FBAZIER,
Forty-fifth and Butler sts. ocS-30-TuSsu
FOR SALE-JILOOO, ON EASY PAYMENTS: A
new Queen Anne brick dwelling, containing
12 rooms, all conveniences, fine gas fixtures, and
is elegantly papered: lot 55x175 feet; located in the
beart of the East End, on one of the main avenues.
n. v. Bxxiw Aiti', 114 1 ourtn aye. aun-w-su
OR SALE-BOQUET ST., OAKLAND, ON
JL line or new electric road; new press brick
dwelllucr, 6 rooms, finished attic, double par
lors, hall, bath, range, w. c. tile hearths, well
finished, large porches, etc. ; lot 24x173. J. H.
COOPER & CO.. 107 Fourth ave. OC5-1
FOB SALE-A PBOPEBTY AT EABT END.
Irontlng on two good streets, only one bouse
ou It; now renting for (25 a month; there Is room
for 6 tenement houses on It: both streets graded
and paved: a snlendld location to build small
houses to rent or sell: can be made to pay 15 per
cent; will sell with small cash payment and long
time and low rate of Interest. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. oc8-22
FOR SALE-THE BEST BARGAIN IN A
residence on North Hlland avenue now oa
the market; good large house: all the modern lm
provements; location first-class: large lot, good
stable and carriage house on alley in the rear:
this property is not known to be for sale, and will
cell readily; the only reason for selling is the
owner's place of business is out of the city and it
does not suit him to live In It and thlslsa bargain
to someone. C. H. LO VE, 93 Fourth avenne
ocS-TO
Glenwood Residences.
FOB SALE-GLEN WOOD. NEAR ELECTRIC
load, two frame houses of 1 rooms and attics
each: lot 48x1 20; a first-class investment. J.K.
COOPER &. CO.. 107 Fourth aye. oc5-l
Allegheny Residences.
FOR SALE -9,250-THAT ELEGANT NEW
and substantial press brick dwelling (never
occupied), containing 9 rooms, bath, stationary
washstands, laundry, cement cellar and all im
provements, located on Ackley st., head ot
Monterey St., Allegheny. W. C. STEWART. Ul
Fourth aye. apil-19-su
FOR SALE-CIIEAP HOMES, EASY TERMS
Your ehotce of five new six-room frame houses,
ranging in price trnm 1,600 to 2,200, situated In
Second ward, Allegheny; near Pleasant Valley
electric cars; you will buy cheaper now than next
spring. W. W. MCNEILL & BBO., 105 Fourth
ave, oc5-52
Snbnrbon Residences.
FOR BALE - WILKINSBUBG - 2, 800 -500
cash, balance as rent, uew irame house, 6
rooms, ball and finished attic, slate mantels, bay
window, porches, etc; lot 44x121. J. B. COOPLB
&. CO., 107 Fourth ave. oe5-l
FOR SALE LOTS.
CUT liots.
FOB SALE-LOTS ON BLUFF AND VICEROY
sts.. near college.; terms to suit. ROBT.
COWABD.20Bluffst. auI-87-ussu
FOR SALE-LOTS-HEAD OF TWENTY
SECOND Street Incline: we have the most
desirable lots In that vicinity: 25x100 for 2 0 each,
and your own time to pay for them. J. C.
BEILLY, 77 Diamond st. OC6-123
East End Lots.
T710R SALE-BEST LOT ON MIFFLIN ST.
1 D. BEHEN & SON, 4U2Penu ave. ocG-10
-f70R SALE-3,O0a-50xl25 FEET ON NEGLEY
C avenne, near Center. W. C. STEWART, 114
Fonrth ave. sel-13-su
FOB SALE-6, COO-EASY TERMS: 11 ACRES
of level land desirably located on Squirrel
Hill: will sell portion. W. C. SrEWABT, 111
Fourth ave. sel5-65-sn
FOR SALE-A BEAUTIFUL LOT ON CENTER
avenue, in tho Baum Grove plan, convenient
to P. B B. and both cable lines; bound to increase
in value. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue, oc6-22
FORSALE-?2,300-LOT 47x120 FEET, LOCATED
In Shadyslde, near Fifth ave., in a choice
neighborhood; the best lot for the money In tbe
F-astEnd. W. C. STEWART, 111 Fourth ave.
sel5-67-sn
FOBSALE-ON FIFTH AVENUE-Z500OASH.
balance mortcage, buyer's convenience; one
of the most desirable lots on the avenue. Apply
W. A. HEREON &SONS, 80 Fourth avenne.
se29-47-8n
FOR SALE-7,500-5 ACRES OF CHOICE
land, desirably located on Squirrel Hill,
within two minutes' walk of new electric road:
terras to suit purchaser. W. C. STEWART, lit
Fourth ave. se29-45-su
ITtOR SALE-SECURE ONE OF THOSE VERY
desirable lots for a home or lnvestmnt. Villa
Park plan: now It the time to secure a selection.
Colored plan Irom JOHN P. BAXTER, Agent, 512
Smithfleld street. oc6-50-mwsu
FOE SALE LOTS IN THE BAUM GBOVE
plan; In size, beauty and convenience of loca
tion and Improvements they excel anv now in the
market at the same prices. Secure further Infor
mation from JOHN F. BAXTER, Agent, 512
Smithfleld street. oc2-41-wrsu
TTK)R SALE THE CHEAPEST LOTS WITH
Jl1 greatest advantages are the Baum Grove lots:
no extra cost for sewers, grading, curbing, stone
walks, etc; easy of access: prices low, terms
easy, and money to bnild If desired. See MEL
LON BROS., E. K. or JOHN F. BAXTER,
Agent. 512 Smithfleld street.
OC6-49-TT8U
FOR SALE-HERBON HILL LOTS, THIR
TEENTH ward, fronting on Herron ave.,
Clarissa and Adelaide streets, 20x100 feet each:
these lots will enhance rapidly in value upon com
pletion of new traction line: prices 400 to GOO
each: very easy terms: call or send for plan. L.
O. FRAZIEK, Forty-fifth and Butler its.
oc5-30-Tusu
FOR SALE-HERBON HILL PARK. A BEAU
IIFUL plan or lots In the center of tbe city.
Just at tbe terminus of the Wylle aye. cable line, Is
the place to buy a lot for aliome or Investment;
prices and terms very reasonable; grand view,
pure air, all eonvenlences: call or send for col
ored plan. BLACK & BAIBD, 95 Fourth ave.
oc2-55
I7IOB SALE--S1.500-TEBMS TO SUIT PCB
. CHAbEE, lots 50x150 feet to an alley desira
bly located In Shadvslde (squirrel Hill district)
right on line of new'electric rotd, which will be
In operation December 1. and only 10 tulnutes
walk from Fifth avenue cable cars,are the choicest
lots in the East End. W. C. bTEWART. Ill
t ourth avenue. sel5-67-sn
FOR SALE-IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A
beautiful residence place, buy a 'lot in the
Herron Hill Park, last at the end of tho Wylle
iTC cable line, within 15 minutes' ride or the P.
O.: elegant lot, 10x100 feet, rrontlng on wido street
and extending back to 24-foot alleys: magnificent
view, pure air, all conveniences: call at office for
colored plan. BLACK & BAIBD, 15 Fonrth ave.
oc2-55
Glenwood Lots.
FOB SALE-LOIS AT 'GLENWOOD, NEAB
the station: graded streets, sidewalks, city
water, houses and lots lor sale. 1,350. (1,750. (2,10.
ten per cent cash, balance on monthly payments:
Second Ave. Electric Railway win pass In front of
these lots; B. 4 O. Railroad fare monthly tickets,
AtSJ? Per trl"t 12 minutes from Smithfleld it.
UEOKUEC. BUBGWIN, 150 Fourth ave.
Jy24-l2-liwsn
Forms.
FOR BALE-NEAR HOMER, CITY. INDIANA
countyuPa., & large farm of nearly 200 acres,
la lint condition, good house, well water brought
into the kitchen, and hot water arrangements,
with natural gas for house and machinery; stock
lor sale; place has fine barn and outhonses; party
is golngto South AHterica; apply to B.H. McGEE
at the aboye place, v oct-l-so. -
188D.
FOR SALE LOTS.
Sabnrban Lots.
TnOR BALE NICE LABGE LOTS, SLOPING
J Just enough to dralq well, close to two sta
tions, 3 miles (torn postofilce: fare 4c: plenty of
good water; prices 75 to 150, 5 down and 50c to
(1 per week; the choice lots will not last long;
come to office for free rldo to tbe grounds. MA
GAW & OOFF, 115 Fourth ave. oc2-14-WT8u
Dllscellnneons.
FOBSALE-ALLEGHENYDWELLINGSAND
business properties on all desirable its. ; all
sizes and prices; easy terms; many reasonable
bargains: send for property list. ALLEs
BAILEY, 164 Fourth aye. Telephone 167.
oc3-4-nrssa
T7IOB SALE-BY CHARLES 8051ERS & CO- 313
X1 Wood St.: brick works: a flrst-class plant at
a low price, orln exchange for real estate; abund
ance cheap material; new machinery and kilns;
cheap gas: close to railway sidings: an active
bomo market: rapidly growing locality: a moner
maklug Investment; can be seenred for (1.500.
(10.000 or value as invoiced, real estate, store
building, -warehouse, dwelling, express office.
fostofflce, station, clean stock of goods: cash
radc; no competition; every agricultural pro
duct obtainable wanted by home consumers; an
active man. with means to handle this, will rate
It high on Investigation. ods-psa
FOB SALE BY
CHARLES SOMERS & CO.. ,
31S WOOD STREET.
BUTLER COUNTY One of the choicest farms
In the county, on line of new railroad; at station,
mills, stores, schools, churches: timber, coal,
lime, in quantity and quality If utilized will yield
large revenues; excellent for stock or sheep: new
buddings, young orchards: alive property In a
live locality at a low price: (50 per acre.
FAYETTE COUNTY Larae level farm, fenced
and improved: good buildings: heavy chestnut,
oak and locust timber? 1 miles from railroad: fine
wagon roada; schools, churches, stores convenient:
cheap at (11 per acre, or will exchange for city
property.
BEAVER COUNTY-Farm o 75 acres fronting
on Ohio river; within half mile orc.il'.E. K.
station; two-thirds choice fertile table land, bal
ance rolling and timbered: low price. ?JJ per acre.
FARM bnbnrban. town and city properties at
low
prices and to exchange in an sections, ocu-ea
FOR SALE BUSINESS.
Bualneas Cbanres.
FOB SALE-A FLOURISHING BUSINESS IN
the suburbs of the city: price about (3,009;
ood reasons for selling. Address STEAM LA UN
IBY. Dispatch office. oc6-117
FOR BALE THE BEST STOCK OF DRY
GOODS, notion;, millinery and trimmings
In the two cities: owner wants to quit business;
call at once. D. BEHEN & SON, 4112 Penn ave.
oce-U
FOR SALE-STOCK OF HARDWARE AND
mill supplies, located In a manf. town of
12,000 Inhabitants near Pitts.; will invoice about
(6,000; rare chance: good reason for selling. Ad
dress G., Dispatch office. oc2-69
FOR SALE-DHUG STORE-IN LABGE MAN
UFACTURING town near city: profits last
year (2.700; will Invoice (2,500; good terms to the
right party; must be sold on account of owner
leaving the place. Address OWNER, Dispatch
office. oc6-47
T7OR SALE-ONE OF THE FINEST AND OLD
JD EST established retail businesses in Pittsburg,
Is located in the heart of the city: stock is new and
not controlled by style: will inventory about (10,
000. Thla is an elegant opportunity for a wide
awake man to get Into a clean, profitable and
legitimate bualneas. W. C. STEWART, 114 Fourth
avenue. )jl4-14-su
FOB BALE-IN THE LIVELIEST TOWN IN
Western Pennsylvania tbe stock and fixtures
of tbe New York Clothing and Genu' Furnishing
Goods House, located at 135 Fifth avenue. Slo
Keesport. Pa.; can reduce stock to (2.000; posses
sion given at once. with a long lease; this Is a rare
chance; no better location In the city. Inquire at
133 Fifth avenue, McKeesport. P. S. GLEASON.
sel2-70
FOB SALE-2 FINE BAKEBIES AND CON
FECTIONERIES, in excellent locations, large
grocery store In Pittsburgh (9, 000 or Invoice, doing
yearly bnslness of (100,000; smaller grocery stores,
(400 to (5,CU0; cigar stores, small bakeries, confec
tioneries, boarding houses, drygoods and notion
stores, feed store, printing office and many other
business chances for males or females: free par
ticulars. BHEPABD&CO.rHFinnave. oc3
EOR SALE-BY CHARLES SOMERS ft CO.. 313
Wood St. an Interest In the most profitable
country newspaper In tbe State: located in a rap
Idly growing section within 10 minutes' ride of
Pittsburg: a thoroughly equipped office: building,
power, presses, material ill In good condition: a
city cash patronage exceeding that of all Western
Pennsylvania country papers combined; a low
cash valuation of (1U.O00 is placed on the entire
Fdant by tbe owner, who proposes to part with an
nterest in order to secure an active co-worker;
we have the evidence to bear ns out in tho asser
tion that nothing equal to this Is in the market.
OC5-69
FOB SALE-BUSINESS CHANCE A SPLEN
DID opportunity for young man with about
(2,000 cash, will buy my Interest In a builders'
supply and teaming bnslness, livery connected,
"pays well lnrsnmmer season, " having two teams
working steady, doing about (L800 teaming, and
besides sell from 310,000 to 12,000 worth material,
leaving a handsome profit for amount Invested for
a year; building Is new, office, 10 stalls, carriage
house and wareroora all In one, close to siding
near station; goods loaded front car to wareroom
without handling by teams; wUl lease building;
handle 150 cars material per year now, can do
more, as It Is a growing center a short distance
on good railroad Una from city; sickness Is only
reason for selling; none need apply but those
meaning buslneu.-Addreas B. B.,Dl-patch office.
OC6-43
Business Stands.
FOR SALE-BUSINESS PROPERTY ON FIFTH
avenue, near tbe Court House, at less than
value. C. H.LOVE, 93 Fourth avenne. oc6-22
FOE BALE-BUSINESS PBOPEBTY ON ONE
of the best streets in tbe city for sale for less
than value, to close up an estate. C. H. LOVE. 93
Fourth avenue. oc6-22
FOR SALE-SEVERAL PIECES OF PBOP
EBTY on Fourth ave.: also a number of
pieces on Penn ave., Smithfleld st. and other
good streets: will take pleasure in giving full par
ticulars and showing surveys to parties desiring
to purchase. W. C. SXEWABT, ill Fourth aye.
ap21-19-su v
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Tlorsrs. Vehicles. Live Stock. fcc
F
B SALE-A FINE BLACK MARE CHEAP;
caU at No 93 FEDEBAL STREET, first floor.
oce-2
EOB SALE-AT JACKMANS', 530 PENN
ave., a beautiful dappled Shetland pony, weU
broken to saddle and harness. oc6-!25
FOR SALE-HOKSE-FOB WANT OF USE; 13
well broken, reliable and safe; does not scare
at cars. Inquire at JACKMAN'S STABLE. 53
Penn ave. ocS-92
FOB BALE-A DARK IBON-GBAY PONY,
about U hands high, 6 years old.' perfectly
sound and gentle: has been ridden and driven
since a colt by a child: sold for want of use. Ad
dress, W., P. O. Box. at. ocS-42
FOE BALE-2 BUGGIES, NEABLV NEW,
Just been run a few times; one a phaeton and
one a square box buggy, leather top, to be sold at
a bargain. Inquire at WM. bHEAFFER'S. rear
of Hamilton Hotel, Penn are. oce-lOS
FOB BALE TEAM OFYELLOW BAYS-15
hands high, weigh about 1,050 pounds, good
single drivers, scare at nothing, can trot a mile in
3 minutes, are closely matched, high headed, witb
food manes and tails; sound, without a blemish;
yearsold. GEO. P. GOETTUAN. No. 3 Dia
mond square, city. oc5-25
I7IOR SALE-"HAMBLETONIAN COLT FOB
sale" cheip: fine 4-year-old Hambletonlan
colt, nearly 16 hands high, nice brown, sound and
will make a good stepper or a good high rangey
carriage mare: she Is quiet and eentle; the style,
qualities and age of mare should be an induce
ment to anyone wanting a good family horse at a
reasonable figure; we have no nse for her or she
wouldnot be for sale: will grow Into money. In
ouireatLIVEBY SI'ABE, at Ingram Station. P.
0. 4St.L. B. B. OC6-43
Machinery ana Metat-.
FOR SALE-ENGINES AND BOILERS-NEW
and refitted: rcpalrlngpromptly attended to.
PORTER FOUNDRY ANDMAC1I1NECO..L1M.,
below Suspension bridge, Allegheny, Pa. aulO-29
Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE-TINNER'S TOOLS. ODD MA
CHINES, Including square, shears, rolls, etc
E. 3. WEBB. 716 Fifth ave. QC6-27
PERSONAL.
PERSON A L-BOOKS1 BOOKSI BOOKS!
New and old, ancient and uotiern. standard
and rare, legal, medical and sclenllflc-30, 000 vol
umes to select from. LEVI'S BOOK STOKE. 900
Liberty st. au3-93
PEBSONAL-SPANISH LANGUAGE BY AN
experienced Spanish teacher; speclil course
for beginners' class now in formation: simple,
easy method: highest relerences; terms moderate.
Address SPAN IbH AMEBIOAB, Dispatch office.
ocS-96
PERSONAL-WEAK MEN AND WOMEN,
call at once or send 2-cent stamp for "Ta-Va-Zon
Herald of Health:" read the overwhelm-ing.uresbythegreat"Ta-Va-ZonReracdles"arter
all other agencies had failed. DR. GRIFFITH
DRUG CO., J01. 303. 305, 37, Grant street, corner
Third avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. ocO-131
PERSONAL-FBENCH COURSE. CONVERSA
TION, literature, etc., bv an experienced
.trench gentleman, lately arrived from Paris:
ladies and gentlemen's classes now in course of
formation: also private lessons: terms moderate;
highest references. Address PBOFESbOR, Dis
patch office. oc5-95
PERSONAL-MAUD, COME BACK; ALL
will be forgotten; I have bought you a pair
of those "voltaic diamond" eardrops at 4 50. a
"voltaic diamond" ring for ?a 50, and an elegant
voltaic diamond stud for myself Tor 3 75. BAR
NEY ARONS is sole agent for them; they are
more .brilliant than genuine diamonds; 65 Filth
ave., cor. Wood st. oc6-I26
FOUND.
FOUND-AT LOUVKE, 24 B1XTH ST., SEC
OND floor, the only dressmaking and-outflt-tlng
departnfent where ladles and children can
get their ares.es mkde at shortest notice in latest
style. OC6-17
MEETINGS.
OTICE-THE MEMBERS OP THO& A.
Armstrong Lodge 1330 are reqneited to
meet at their baU on Sixth aye. MONDAY,
Oct. 7, at 1 p. M toattend the funeral of their'
late brother. It. V. Barker.
0C6-138 ALEX. LITTLE, Pro't.
THE MEMBER3.0F HENRY LAMBERT
Lodge 50.475, 1. O. O.'F., are requested to
meet at the Lodge room at 1 o'clock sharp, to
make arrangements regarding the funeral of
P. G.. B. V.Baker. W. M. NESBTX, N. G.,
& T. TURNER. Secretary.
TO XET.
City Residences. ,
TO LET-BRICK HOUSES-S BOOMS. HALL,
finished attic water, gas: will be ready for
occupancy by Oct. 15: rent cheap to Apr. L 1889.
D. BEHEN i SON, 1112 Penn ave. QC6-10
TO LET OR FOB BALI ONEABYTEKMS-J
new houses, beautifully situated on Grand
view avenue, one minute's walk from tbe Du
quesne Incline Plane. Apply or address ALFRED
MARLAND, Southern avenne, Mt. Washington.
OC6-45
East End Residence.
TO LET-BRICK HOUSE SEVEN EOOM3
nearEast Liberty station: natural gas, water,
etc. T. R. ESTEP, 6313 Station St., E. E.. or of
C. H. LOVE. S3 Fourth avenne. OC6-22
TO LET-HOUSE OF 11 BOOMS. STABLE
and outbuildings: large grounds; onNegley
avenue, near Penn avenue cable cars. Inquire of
HENRY BOBEBTB, at Oliver Roberts Wire Co.,
Soutbalde. sel9-10
Allegheny Residences.
TO LET-FOB ALLEGHENY HOUBES: SEE
EWINQ&BYEBS, No. 93 Federal street,
first floor. oce-2
TO LET-64 KIRKPATBICK STBEET. ALLE
GHENY CITY; rent low to a good tenant.
a H. LOVE, 93 Fourth avenue. OC6-22
Apartments.
TO LET-ONE OB TWO NICE FURNISHED
rooms In best location In the city. 126 PENN
AVE. oce-123
TO LET-ELEGANT UNFURNISHED FBONT
rooms to let, with first-class board: table
boarders taken; terms reasonable. 920 PENN
AVE.,TbeDelmonlco. ocS-44
TO LET-SOME PINE UNFUBNISHED
rooms suitable for honsekeenlnr: 6-room
bouse; storerooms with dwellings, suitable fori
hotel, inquire at 4HOUBIU STBEET.
oel-61-Twrsm
Husluess Stands.
mo LET-STOBEEOOM-ON SMITHFIELD
JL St.; well located. C. H. LOVE, 93 Fonrth
avenne. oc6-22
TO LET-FORTY-FIFTH ST. -GOOD CORNER
bnslness stand, containing storeroom, 9
dwelling rooms, ball, cellar, etc.; good location
for butcher or grocery; shelving and counters
complete; rent low to good tenant. L. O. PKA
ZIEB, Forty-fifth and Butler sts. ocS-SO-tussu
Offices. Desk Room. dbe.
TO LET DESK ROOM IN OUR MAIN OF
FICE, with nse of desk, etc : also small
room Inclosed In glass, etc C H. LOVE, 93
Fourth avenne: ocS-2
TO LET-IN THE NEW DISPATCH BUILD
ING, 75, 77 and 79 Diamond street, two of tbe
roomiest and best-lighted offices to be found In the
city; rent, 200 and (300 per annum. Including elec
tric lights. Janitor service and steam beating.
Apply between 10 A. X. and 1 r. K., or between
2 and 1 r. M. Jy23-7
LOST.
OST-PIAMOND PIN. WITH FIVE STONES.
Liberal reward wlU be paid on retnrn to
WM. E13NEB, Fifth ave. and Wood St. ocg-62
LOST A BLACK AND TAN-COLOBED DOG;
answerstothe name of "Jlp": finder will
be rewarded If returned to 25 FOBBES BT.
0C8-I6
LOST THURSDAY, BEPT. 26, A GOLD
handled umbrella, five letters, L. G.J. D. E.,
on Market st. or Bntler st. ear. Finder will be
rewarded by returning to the PITTSBUBG AND
WESTERN MILK CO., 31 Diamond Square.
OC6-I03
LOST OB STOLEN-IN OAKLAND - A
pure white lox terrier: height, is Inches; a
little black spot on ear; registered collar. Any
Serson returning tbe above to F. T. MOOKHEAD,
o. 24 Lincoln avenue, Allegheny, will be re
warded. se30-9
LOST OCT. 3-SLATE-COLOBED GBEY
HOUND dog. white spot on breast and white
toes: 11 months old; had leather collar with brass
buckle, and name-plate marked Jno. McC. Hays,
Carson St., Pgb.. Pa. Registered No. 1666. Suit
able reward will be paid if returned to No. 34C0
CABSON ST.. city. oc5-2
BASK STATE31XSTS.
EEPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Iron City National Bank, at Pittsburg, in
the State of Pennsylvania, at the close ol busi
ness September SO, 1S89.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts JI,715,8C6 07
Overdrafts 152 96
U. S. bonds to secure circulation ... . 100,000 00
Other Btocks,bonds and mortgages,. 38.280 0
Dne from approved reserve agents.. 123,909 60
Dne from other National banks..... 207,899 33
Dne from State banks and bankers. 14,181 31
Real estate, furniture and fixtures. 103,260 31
Current expenses and taxes paid. ... 10,500 75
Premiums paid. 6,000 00
Checks and other cash items 7.711 11
Exchanges for ClearingHonse 119,116 23
Bills of other banks 21,474 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels
and pennies 258 95
Specie. 195,000 00
Legal tender notes 152,700 00
Redemption fund witb U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)... 4,500 00
2,858,02517
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in S 100,000 00
Surplus fund, 250,000 00
Undivided pronts 100,653 C5
National banknotes outstanding... 57,510 00
Dividends unpaid 2,378 00
Individualdepositssnbjectto check. 1,116,801 SO
Demand certificates ot deposit. 500 00
Cashier's checks oatstanding 39,801 59
Due to other National banks. 517,191 39
Cue to State banks and bankers..... 41,119 Si
$2,856,02517
State of Pennsylvanla,connty of Allegheny, ss.:
I, Oliver Lemon, Cashier of tbe Iron City
National Bank, of Pittsburg; Pa., do solemnly
swear that the above is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief. ,
OLIVER LEMON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of October, 1889.
GEORGE L WHITNEY.
Correct Attest: Notary Public
JAMES HERDMAN, )
J. KIDD FLEMING, J Directors.
LEWIS IRWIN, J
oc6-70
TWO OF THE FINEST RESIDENCES IN OAKLAND.
For Sale by Reed B. Coyle & Co., 131 Fourth ave.
Tlie following is the design
properties, which are situated corner of Ativood and Bates street
Oakland: .
Eachdwelling contains 8 rooms, hall, vestibule with tile floors;
sliding doors ,beliveen hall, parlor
throughout; porclies front and rear, slate mantels, tile hearths with
fancy baslcet grates, natural and artificial gas, fine artistic chande
liers with electric attachments for
w. c. and marble top w. s., range, hot water, laundry tn basement,
with cemented walls and ceilings, with three large tubs. These house i
are in the best location in Oakland, have direct connection with city
sewer, are nicely finished and grained throughout in oak; the walks
will be put doivn, the lot will be graded and sodded at once and ajkij
iron fence wUl ddorn the front; flag
the street is being paved and the electric cars will pass the door.
Come and see these houses befove buying elsewhere.
REED B. COYLE & CO.,
HBUCATleNAL.
VTIGHT SCHOOL
OF
HOLT GHOST COLLEGE
OPKX8 ON- ,
FIRST MONDAY OP OCTOBER.
sel4-26-sa
M'
T. ST. ALOY8IU8.
LOKtlTU, .t"A.
The scholastic, year of the Mountain Aaxil
emy, under the direetwa of the a iters ot, -
Mercy win commence its xau term tsepteaiser
2. Tuition for five months, including Fre.
ana music, siuu. Loretio is umeu as a ne&ita;
resort, and lika Creases. is a sasltarisea ol
unquestionable excellence. The reputation o-C
the Bisters of Mercy as lBStructers is world
wide. For particulars address the DlreeUrBie: :
of the Academy. a-BSMEs-aa .t
THE OAKLAND PARK
Ti iSa IfsfAfmA An trttt R1&yaIw MtaiA. ta
ii III i 1 1 In si nil ii i i lii til I r Tl I HlllsW IT M "ti
its advantages are very appftfeat.
Oakland Square is so sKaateel that; it
while on a level with Fifth avease, H
commands a splendid view that onnnnt
be obstructed of the new park. "Wt
have the exclusive sale ot a handsoms
new brick dwelling In Oakland Saare., ".
Tha house Is just completedVtwitt br
day work and not by lowest bidder, and
Is complete throncnout eight rooms.
han, bath, etc.; laundry, rasge, Sao Vv
mantels, handsome chandeliers, eieetrM
bells, tiled fireplaces, both gases aad
city water; plate glass windows, bay
window, front and rear porches, street ",
paved with asphaltum. and sewered aadj .
paid tor. Ail ins nouses iacase losj j
square are set oacc irom tne street. asa
have lawns and shade trees iaf rest, tr'
Within half i block of Filth avesc
cable cars.
Price. ML560: a small cashs BayiseBt
rtnwn and SnfiO annnallr is all tbat fa ra-
quired. The best indorsement of tie j4
advantages claimed is the rapidity wM - i
which the rest of these houses sold.
SAM'L W. BLACK & CQjf
99 FOUBTH AVENUJS.
M
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OC6-TTS
". .'
I
An Army of Renters Seeking
and Business Houses at
Wilmerdings
The East Pittsburg Improvement CsapaasjjJ
has invested large sums of mosey 1b lartog a?
the town of
WILMERDING
And In furnishing it with the most complete
and extensive system of public: improvesuBtsv';
114 A11C11CUJ WMU.J. MDXU9 ... W.HVO, 111 I, IIP! y.
ing sidewalks, sewers, water, natural sasaad..
electric lights, and It now takes pleaare issf?
calling the attention oi wiae-awake enjraen,.
and investors to the opportunity afforded
by the great and crowing demand for :
dences and business houses at WHmuiusagj'j
This demand comes especially from yoaBg aaas '
enterprising men and firms who have not mi S
dent capital to both build and sleek htigat , ,
stores, bnt who are able and willing to yy j
nanosome rent tor adequate lacumes, orp.
chase buildings outright ou long time. 3usar
houses are now in course ot coaatraedeB. be ,
not enough to fill 10 per cent of theroqutes i
meats.
Information as to the kind and stto ef ImmmV
in greatest demand cheerfnllyferalsked'ta'l
he company, and special prices gives MtetijL.
sold lor immediate improvement.
For further particulars call on. or address
East Pittsburff ImDroveme
Westinghouse Building,
auZl-wsu
PITTSBTJBG. PA.. ''
mHE AIR BRAKE
I BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIAHOmi
of Allegheny is conducted on the best aad)
latest unprovea metnoas, ana oners nrst-einsn,
Inducements to subscribers. Full lafermaKesc
will be given and subscriptions to its atostsi i
received at tne store oi
JOHN DUFF.
sel4-14-TTSu 38J4 Federal st, Allegheny.
Mc
ONEY TO IRELAND. SCOTLAND AS
England can best be sent bv checks oa1
tbe "Cheque Bank." which are cashed by aAi
cankers, merccants anil iranespenpie. rti.i
burg Agency MAX SCHAMBERG AJCO.,W$
Bmitnneia st, ritrsourg. suo-woa
and description of these desiraHs,
and dining rooms, inside shutters
lighting; electric bells, bath, inside f
stone walk will be laid infren
131- FOURTH AVENUE.
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